Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences nominees for Grammy...

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences nominees for Grammy Awards presented at ceremonies Feb. 26:

Record of the year: 'Dancing in the Dark,' Bruce Springsteen; 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun,' Cyndi Lauper; 'Hard Habit to Break,' Chicago; 'The Heart of Rock & Roll,' Huey Lewis and the News; 'What's Love Got to do With It,' Tina Turner.


Album of the Year: 'Born in the U.S.A.,' Bruce Springsteen; 'Can't Slow Down,' Lionel Richie; 'Private Dancer,' Tina Turner; 'Purple Rain,' Prince; 'She's So Unusual,' Cyndi Lauper.

Song of the Year: 'Against All Odds,' Phil Collins; 'Hello,' Lionel Richie; 'I Just Called to Say I Love You,' Stevie Wonder; 'Time After Time,' Lauper; 'What's Love Got to do With It,' Tina Turner.

New Artist: Sheila E., Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Corey Hart, The Judds, Lauper.

Female pop vocal: 'Girls Just Want to Have Fun,' Lauper; 'The Glamorous Life,' Sheila E.; 'Let's Hear it for the Boy,' Deniece Williams; 'Strut,' Sheena Easton; 'What's Love Got to do With It,' Turner.


Male pop vocal: 'Against All Odds,' Phil Collins; 'Footloose,' Kenny Loggins; 'Hello,' Lionel Richie; 'I Just Called to Say I Love You,' Wonder; 'Missing You,' John Waite.

Duo or group pop vocal: 'Drive,' The Cars; 'Hard Habit to Break,' Chicago; 'Jump,' Pointer Sisters; 'Owner of a Lonely Heart,' Yes; 'Wake Me Up Before You Go-Go,' Wham!

Pop instrumental: 'Ghostbusters,' Ray Parker Jr.; 'I Just Called to Say I Love You,' Wonder; 'Jump,' Steve Mitchell, Richard Perry, Howie Rice; 'The Natural,' Randy Newman; 'Nightsongs,' Earl Klugh.

Female rock vocalist: 'Better Be Good To Me,' Turner; 'Dancin' On the Edge,' Lita Ford; 'Here She Comes,' Bonnie Tyler; 'Rock It Out,' Pia Zadora; 'Won, Wendy O. Williams.

Male rock vocalist: 'Blue Jean,' David Bowie; 'Dancing in the Dark,' Springsteen; 'Pink Houses,' John Cougar Mellencamp; 'Rebel Yell,' Billy Idol; 'Restless,' Elton John.

Duo or group rock performance: 'Genesis,' Genesis; 'Heartbeat City,' The Cars; 'Jump,' Van Halen; '90125,' Yes; 'Purple Rain,' Prince.

Rock instrumental: 'Cinema,' Yes; 'Donut City,' Edward Van Halen; 'Second Home by the Sea,' Genesis; 'Vibramatic,' Lionel Hampton; 'Voodoo Chile,' Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble.

Female R&B vocalist: 'I Feel For You,' Chaka Khan; 'Let the Music Play,' Shannon; 'Let's Hear it for the Boy,' Williams; 'Let's vocalist: 'Caribbean Queen,' Billy Ocean; 'Don't Stop,' Jeffrey Osborne; 'In the Name of Love,' Bill Withers; 'It's You Night,' James Ingram; 'The Woman in Red,' Wonder.


Duo or group R&B performance: 'Dancing in the Sheets,' Shalamar, 'Edgartown Groove,' Kashif & Al Jarreau; 'The Last Time I Made Love,' Joyce Kennedy and Jeffrey Osborne; 'Tell Me I'm Not Dreamin',' Jermaine Jackson with Michael Jackson; 'Yah Mo B There,' James Ingram and Michael McDonald.

Instrumental R&B performance: 'Ghetto Blaster,' Crusaders; 'Inside Moves,' Grover Washington Jr.; 'Shortberry Strawcake,' Sheila E.; 'Sound-System,' Herbie Hancock; 'Time Exposure,' Stanley Clarke.

R&B Song: 'Caribbean Queen,' Ocean; 'Dacing in the Sheets,' Shalamar; 'The Glamorous Life,' Sheila E.; 'I Feel For You,' Chaka Khan (Prince songwriter); 'Yah Mo B There,' James Ingram and Michael McDonald.

Jazz fusion performance, vocal or instrumental: 'Access All Areas,' Spyro Gyra; 'Backstreet,' David Sanborn; 'Decoy,' Miles Davis; 'First Circle,' Pat Metheny Group; 'Wishful Thinking,' Earl Klugh.

Female country vocalist: 'Heart Over Mind,' Anne Murray; 'In My Dreams,' Emmylou Harris; 'The Sound of Goodbye,' Crystal Gayle; 'Tennessee Homesick Blues,' Dolly Parton; 'You Heart's Not In It,' Janie Fricke.

Male country vocalist: 'All My Rowdy Friends Are Coming Over Tonight,' Hank Williams Jr.; 'City of New Orleans,' Willie Nelson; 'Country Boy,' Ricky Skaggs; 'God Bless the U.S.A.,' Lee Greenwood; 'That's the Way Love Goes,' Merle Haggard.

Duo or group country performance: 'As Time Goes By,' Nelson and Julio Iglesias; 'If you're Gonna Play in Texas,' Alabama; 'Mama He's Crazy,' The Judds; 'Nobody Loves Me Like You Do,' Anne Murray and Dave Loggins; 'To Me,' Barbara Mandrell and Lee Greenwood.


Country instrumental: 'Cotton-Eyed Joe,' Carlton Moody and the Moody Brothers; 'East Tennessee Christmas,' Chet Atkins; 'Move It On Over,' The Whites;; 'Twin Sisters,' Doc & Merle Watson; 'Wheel Hoss,' Skaggs.

Country song: 'All My Rowdy Friends are Coming Over Tonight,' Hank Williams Jr. (singer-songwriter); 'City of New Orleans,' Nelson (Steve Goodman, songwriter); 'Faithless Love,' Glen Campbell (J.D. Souther songwriter); 'God Bless the U.S.A.,' Lee Greenwood (singer-songwriter); 'Mama He's Crazy,' The Judds (Kenny O'Dell songwriter).

Female gospel performance: 'Angels,' Amy Grant; 'Heart and Soul,' Kathy Troccoli; 'Look Who Loves You Now,' Michele Pillar; 'Songs From the Heart,' Sandi Patti; 'Surrender,' Debby Boone.

Male gospel performance: 'Celebrate the Freedom,' Phil Driscoll; 'I'm Walkin',' Bob Bailey; 'J.E.S.U.S.,' Leon Patillo; 'Meltdown,' Steve Taylor; 'Michael W. Smith 2,' Michael W. Smith.

Duo or group gospel performance: 'Keep the Flame Burning,' Debby Boone and Phil Driscoll; 'Live Forever,' Mylon LeFevre and Broken Heart; 'Love's Not a Feeling,' Steve Camp and Michele Pillar; 'New Point of View,' The New Gaither Vocal Band; 'Not of This World,' Petra.

Female soul gospel performance: 'The Impossible Dream,' Albertina Walker; 'Jesus, Come Lay Your Head on Me,' Kristle Edwards; 'Oh, It is Jesus,' Tata Vega; 'Sailin',' Shirley Caesar; 'Unmistakeably Danniebelle,' Danniebelle Hall.


Male soul gospel performance: 'Always Remember,' Andrae Crouch; 'Sanctuary,' Jessy Dixon; 'The Prayer,' the Rev. James Cleveland; 'Trust in God,' Al Green; 'Willing,' Mel Carter.

Duo or group sould gospel performance: 'Angels Will be Singing,' Edwin hawkins; 'He'll Turn Your Scars into Stars,' Clark Sisters; 'Lord Lift Us Up,' BeBe and CeCe Winans; 'Psalms,' Richard Smallwood; 'Sailin' o the Sea of Your Love,' Shirley Caesar and Al Green.

Inspirational performance: 'All Because of You,' Lisa Whelchel; 'Forgive Me,' Donna Summer; 'What I Believe,' Pat Boone; 'Whiter Than Snow,' Deniese Williams; 'The Wonders of His Love,' Philip Bailey.

Latin pop performance: 'Always in My Heart,' Placido Domingo; 'Como Tu Quieres,' Jose Feliciano; 'Evolucion,' Menudo; 'Invitame,' Johnny; 'Maria Conchita,' Maria Conchita; 'Secretos,' Jose Jose.

Tropical Latin performance: 'Bien Sabrosoi,' Poncho Sanchez; 'Breaking the Ice,' El Gran Combo; 'Buscando America,' Ruben Blades; 'Criollo,' Willie Colon; 'Palo Pa Rumba,' Eddie Palmieri; '!Y Hora! Conniff,' Los Socios Del Ritmo.

Mexican American performance: 'Concavo Y Convexo,' Roberto Carlos; ' Eternamente Tuyo,' Raphael; 'Me Gustas Tal Como Eres,' Sheena Easton and Luis Miquel; 'Recuerdos II,' Juan Gabriel; 'Un Amor Especial,' Yolanda Del Rio.

Traditional blues recording: 'Blues Explosion,' John Hammond; 'Guitar Slinger,' Johnny Winter; 'I'm in the Phone Booth, Baby,' Albert King; 'Kansas City Here I Come,' Joe Turner; 'You've Got Me Loving You,' Bobby Bland.


Ethnic or traditional folk recording: 'Elizabeth Cotton Live!,' Elizabeth Cotton; 'Good Rockin',' Rocking Dopsie; 'On a Saturday Night,' Queen Ida; '100 percent Fortified Zydeco,' Buckwheat Zydeco; 'Open Road,' Boys of the Lough.

Reggae recording: 'Anthem,' Black Uhuru; 'Captured Live,' Peter Tosh; 'King Yellowman,' Yellowman; 'Reggae Night,' Jimmy Cliff; 'Steppin' Out,' Steel Pulse.

Children's recording: 'Agapeland at Play With Holly Heart,' Holly Heart; 'Flashbeagle,' various producers; 'Jim Henson's Muppets Present Fraggle Rock,' Jim Henson; 'Kids Praise 4,' various producers; 'The Muppets Take Manhattan,' Jim Henson; 'Where the Sidewalk Ends,' Shel Silverstein.

Comedy recording: 'Eat It,' 'Weird Al' Yankovic; 'Here and Now,' Richard Pryor; 'Hurt Me Baby -- Make Me Write Bad Checks!' Rick Dees; 'Rappin' Rodney,' Rodney Dangerfield; 'The 3 Faces of Al (Nick Danger), Firesign Theater.

Spoken word of non-musical recording: 'Heart Plan (Unfinished Dialogue) John Lennon and Yoko Ono; 'Our Time Has Come,' Rev. Jesse Jackson; 'The Real Thing,' (Original Cast Recording), Jeremy Irons and Glenn Close; 'The Story of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom,' Jymn Magon; 'The Words of Gandhi,' Ben Kingsley.

Instrumental Composition: 'The A-Team,' Mike Post and Peter Carpenter; 'Ghostbusters,' (Main Title Theme) Elmer Bernstein, composer; 'Hot House Flowers,' Wynton Marsalis; 'The Natural,' Randy Newman, Composer; 'Olympic Fanfare and Theme,' John Williams, Composer.


Album of original score written for a motion picture or a television special: 'Against All Odds,' Phil Collins, Stevie Nicks, Peer Gabriel, Stuart Adamson, Mike Rutherford, August Darnell, Michel Colombier, Larry Carlton, songwriters; 'Footloose,' Bill Wolfer, Dean Pitchford, Kenny Loggins, Tom Snow, Sammy Hagar, Michael Gore, Eric Carmen, Jim Steinman, songwrters; 'Ghostbusters,' Ray Parker Jr., Kevin O'Neal, Brian O'Neal, Bobby Alessi, David Immer, Tom Bailey, Graham Russell, David Foster, Jay Graydon, Diane Warren & the Doctor Mick Smiley, Elmer Bernstein, songwriters; 'Purple Rain,' Prince and the Revolution, John L. Nelson, Lisa and Wendy, songwrters; 'Yentl,' Michel Legrand, Alan Bergman, Marilyn Bergman, songwriters.

Cast Show Album: 'Doonsbury,' Gary Trudeau; 'My One and Only,' Ahmet Ertegun, Wally Harper; 'A Stephen Sondheim Evening,' Thomas Z. Shepard; 'Sugar Babies,' Robert Sher, Album Producer; 'Sunday in the Park with George,' (Original Cast Album) Thomas Shepard, Producer.

Video short film commercially released: 'Ashford & Simpson,' Ashform & Simpson; 'David Bowie,' David Bowie; 'Rubber Rodeo Scenic Views,' Rubber Rodeo; 'Thomas Dolby,' Thomas Dolby; 'Twist of Fate,' Olivia Newton-John.

Video Album: 'Billy Joel Live from Long Island,' Billy Joel; 'Eurythmics Sweet Dreams,' Eurythmics; 'Heartbeat City,' The Cars; 'Making Michael Jackson's Thriller,' Michael Jackson; 'Serious Moonlight,' David Bowie; 'We're All Devo,' Devo.


Jazz vocal performance: 'An Evening at Charlie's' Mel Torme; 'Harlem Butterfly,' Lorez Alexandria; 'Nothin' But the Blues,' Joe WIlliams; 'Ridin' High,' Sue Raney; 'You're Lookin' At Me,' Carmen McRae.

Jazz instrumental performance - group: 'Dameronia: Look Stop Listen,: Philly Joe Jones; 'New York Scene,' Art Blakey & and the Jazz Messengers; 'Piper At the Gates of Dawn,' Phil Woods and Chris Swanson; 'Two for the Blues,' Frank Foster and Frank Wess; 'Whose Woods Are These,' Clare Fischer.

Jazz instrumental performance -- big band: '88 Basie Street,' Count Basie & his Orchestra; 'Magic Time,' The Bob Florence Limited Edition; 'Misterrioso,' The Carla Bley Band; 'Ten Gallon Shuffle,' Toshiko Akiyoshu Jazz Orchestra; 'World Class,' Woody Herman Big Band.

Arrangement on an instrumental: 'Brothers on Wheels,' Stewart Copeland; 'Cameo For Flute ... For James,' Henry Mancini; 'Grace (Gymnastics Theme),' Quincy Jones, Jeremy Lubbock; 'Stardust,' Robert Freedman; 'Waltz For Debbie,' Don Sebesky.

Instrumental arrangement, accompanying vocals: 'Gravity's Angel,' Laurie Anderson; 'Hard Habit to Break,' David Foster, Jeromy Lubbock; 'I Feel For You,' Reggie Griffin, Arif Mardin; 'Muluy the Rain Forest,' Thomas Dolby; 'Papa, Can You Hear Me,' Michel Legrand.

Vocal arrangement for two: 'Automatic ,' Pointer Sisters, 'Hard Habit to Break,' David Foster, Peter Cetera; 'Helter Skelter,' Richard Greene, Gunner Madsen; 'Leave It,' Trevor Rabin, Chris Suire; 'What About Me,' David Foster, Kim Carnes.


Album package: 'Bewitched,' Andy Summers and Robert Fripp; 'Every Man Has a Woman,' Rosanne Cash & Others; 'No Brakes,' Henry Marquez; 'She's So Unusual,' Janet Perr; 'Willie Nelson,' Bill Johnson, Virginia Team, Jeff Morrius.

Album Notes: 'Amadeus -- Original Soundtrack Recording,' Grover Sales; 'An Anthonolgy of Sacred Carols for Classical Guitar,' James Sundquist; 'Big Band Jazz,' Gunther Schuller, Martin Williams; 'Golden Celebration,' Z Factor, Lorene Lortie; 'Virginia Traditions Work Songs,' Glenn Hinson.

Historical album: 'Big Band Jazz,' J.R. Taylor; 'Cotton Club Stars,' Bernard Brightman; 'A Golden Celebration,' Gregg Geller, Joan Deary; 'History Speaks: Franklin Delano Roosevelt,' George Spitzer; 'World's First Entertainment Recordings 1889-1896,': George Garabedian.

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